Kingston releases HyperX PulseFire FPS gaming mouse
Published in News


Optical mouse with 3200 DPI and six buttons

Earlier this week Kingston’s HyperX performance product division announced its first-ever gaming mouse, the Pulsefire FPS. The device was designed by top engineers in the HyperX labs and is a recipient of this year’s prestigious 2017 RED DOT award.

Google flaunts its photography skills
Published in Mobiles


HDR+ mode gets a makeover using more exposures


A Google engineer has recently posted some extreme examples of night time photography using the Google Pixel and Nexus 6P smartphones in an effort to bring these devices close to the mastery of a modern DSLR cameras.

Huawei is China's top smartphone dog
Published in Mobiles


Ranks third worldwide

After staying in second place in the overall Chinese smartphone market for two consecutive quarters, Huawei has managed to overtake Oppo to retake the top spot in the region during Q1 2017, according to a recent report from Canalys.

Razer unveils its Lancehead gaming mouse
Published in News


Coming in both wired and wireless versions

Razer said its newest Lancehead gaming mouse will be available in both wired and wireless versions as well as promising some rather impressive features.

AMD releases Radeon Software 17.4.4 driver
Published in Graphics


With Dawn of War III optimizations and bug fixes

AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.4.4 driver which brings optimizations for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III as well as a couple of bug fixes.

Fixing broken Galaxy S8+ screen is expensive
Published in Mobiles


To cost an arm and a leg

It appears that those who buy Samsung's flagship Galaxy S8+ will have to take good care of it as replacing the screen might be a big hit on their wallet.

AMD Ryzen giving Intel a kicking in the Durbans
Published in Processors


South Africa sales doing well

While AMD is a long way behind Intel in most past of the world now Ryzen is out it is starting to give Chipzilla a run for its money – at least in South Africa.

Texas Instruments big results causes Intel worries
Published in Processors


Who wants chips these days?


Texas Instruments results have got the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street to take another look at their confident predictions for Intel.

LG sees highest profit in eight years
Published in Mobiles


On home appliances and tellies, not the phones

LG Electronics said its first-quarter operating profit rose to its highest in nearly eight years on strong sales of home appliances and televisions, with revenue likely to increase in the current quarter.

Fitbit activity tracker explodes
Published in Wearables


Arm burnt


A woman in Wisconsin suffered minor burns after her Fitbit exploded and caught fire on her wrist.